Top 10 best games of 2019 for PC you must try once

Games have been fascinating for every user be it child , young, or adult. Everyone likes to play games on PC , smartphones, or PlayStation, etc. Every year new games are launched with best features and latest combat strategies. Gaming companies have made a huge profit and have created best image in the marketing world. This article on Top 10 best games of 2019 will give you the list of most trending games.

Today many games mainly death matches and shooting games are popular and are more played by the users. So in this article I am going to tell you about Top 10 best games of 2019 you must try once.

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On this list you’ll find the best PC games we’re playing right now. Recent single-player hits, thriving esports, and a few modern classics that would improve any game library. We’ll continue to update this list as new games release, removing older favorites and replacing them with our latest obsessions. Rather than an ever-expanding list that reaches deep into the past, we’re shooting for a practical answer to the question: ‘What new PC game should I get?’. So here we go with a list of Top 10 best games of 2019.

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Top 10 best games of 2019…

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds:

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is an online multiplayer battle royale game developed. And published by PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of South Korean video game company Bluehole. The game is based on previous mods that is created by Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene for other games. Inspired by the 2000 Japanese film Battle Royale, and expanded into a standalone game under Greene’s creative direction. In the game, up to one hundred players parachute onto an island and scavenge for weapons and equipment to kill others. The available safe area of the game’s map decreases in size over time. Directing surviving players into tighter areas to force encounters. The last player or team standing wins the round.

Apex Legends

Apex Legends is the best battle royale game available now. The map is fantastic, the ‘ping’ communication system is something every FPS should have from here on, the guns and movement are great fun (no wallrunning, but sliding down hills feels great), and it’s free-to-play with nothing to pay for except cosmetics. Check James’ review for more.

Fortnite Battle Royale

What started as a sterile PUBG imitation has evolved into the Minecraft generation’s arena shooter. Fortnite’s building system rewards good aim and an eye for architecture equally, extending battle royale shootouts from green pastures to impromptu skyscrapers slapped together in a minute. With ridiculously frequent updates from Epic Games that introduce new weapons, traps, tools, and skins, Fortnite is easily worth the price of admission, and even then, worth the time it takes to master such an obtuse, irregular building system.

Doom Enteral

Doom Eternal is their wildest fantasy. The demon-slaying franchise is over two decades old now, and it’s only gotten better with time. Each entry offers increasingly visceral, gory action with an arcade-y approach to combat. Strategy and tactics rarely matter, but fast-paced twitchy action and big guns always get the job done.

Doom Eternal is no different. It’s the sequel to 2016’s “Doom” franchise reboot, and as such, features similar visuals and a nearly-identical combat system (complete with brutal melee finishers). However, Eternal will stand out due to its new movement mechanics (such as wall climbing and dashing), several new weapons (including armor-attached flamethrowers), and the inclusion of “twice as many” demon types.

If that’s not enough for you, Doom Eternal also promises to take the player to “never-before-seen” worlds, though precisely what that means is unknown.

Metro Exodus

Usually these lists become outdated because of delays, but not this time. The day after we recorded our 2019 preview video, Metro Exodus ($60 preorder on Humble) announced it was moving its release date up a week, from February 22 to February 15. That takes it out of competition with Anthem and puts it back up against Crackdown 3, as well as Far Cry: New Dawn.

Metro is the one I’m looking forward to most though. I loved the cramped corridor shooting of Metro 2033 and Last Light, and while I’m a bit less enamored with the idea of a pseudo-open-world Metro game I’m curious to see whether it works, guiding Artyom on some grand journey through the Russian countryside.


Once upon a time February 22 was supposed to be the crowded day, but first Crackdown 3 dipped to February 15 and then Metro followed suit. Now only Anthem ($60 preorder on Origin) remains, BioWare’s take on a Destiny-style shooter—except maybe with a better story? That’s a pretty thin maybe, based on what I’ve seen so far, but I’m still holding out some hope. It is BioWare, after all.

We really don’t know though. BioWare’s been reticent about showing off Anthem’s story, instead focusing on how it plays. And I can say: It plays great. At our E3 demo I claimed Anthem plays “even smoother than Destiny,” which is high praise coming from me. Rocketing around in my little mech, strafing waterfalls and diving underwater, then exploding back out of a pool to shoot some nearby foes—it’s effortless.

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

Assassin’s Creed is basically a household name among the best PC games in 2019. And, starting with 2017’s Origins, Ubisoft has been making huge efforts to revitalize the aging franchise. And, we’re happy to report that they’ve succeeded. Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey feels like an improvement in every sense of the word over the 2017 entry, feeling like a completely different game than older games in Ubisoft’s flagship series. 

This time around, despite the drama about microtransactions, Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey. It places you in the shoes of Kassandra or Alexios, in the middle of the Peloponnesian War, as you look for your lost mother and father. And, while the main story – which will have you switching alliances between the Spartans and the Athenians. Will likely get lost in the mix along the way, the world that Ubisoft has created is as rich and beautiful as ever before. 

Far Cry 5

In a lot of ways, Far Cry 5 is the ultimate Far Cry game. Combining all of the elements that has made the series so successful in the first place. While cutting a lot of the fat (including the towers, thank god). On its own it doesn’t exactly do anything entirely new, but it does perfect the Far Cry formula to a point where Far Cry 5 is one of the best open world First Person Shooters you can play in 2019, not to mention one of the best PC games.

After a very heavy and intense intro, you’re dumped in the middle of rural Montana and given the task of dismantling a local cult. But, that quickly fades into the background as a myriad of activities. From hunting down aliens to taking out outposts – ultimately become your focus. And, it’s precisely this focus on playing your own way that makes Far Cry 5 so special. 

Dead Space

Sometimes a game that’s been out for 10 years becomes temporarily free on Origin. And you just have to play it. Dead Space is one such game, a survival horror game by definition that’s an acclaimed piece of science fiction. 

It stars a fittingly named Isaac Clarke, whose name itself is a combination of the famous sci-fi authors Arthur C. Clarke and Isaac Asimov. Told from an over-the-shoulder third-person perspective, Dead Space is a rescue mission story. Wherein you (as Isaac) are tasked with investigating a mining ship that mysteriously full of alien virus-infected dead bodies. All the while, you’ll have to stay on top of upgrading your futuristic ‘RIG’ suit.

Star Wars Jedi has Fallen

A single-player Star Wars game from EA in 2019? Be still, my beating heart. Jokes aside, Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment’s latest project got an official reveal recently at Disney’s annual Star Wars Celebration in the form of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The game will be a solo, microtransaction-free action-adventure title that puts players in the role of Cal Kestis after the events of Revenge of the Sith.

Kestis is the last surviving member of the Jedi Order after the “purge of Order 66”. After narrowly escaping said purge, Kestis’ primary goal will be to escape the Empire and its Inquisitors and eventually rebuild the Order from the ground up. You’ll have to accomplish that task with only your Jedi training a trusty droid companion, and an aging former Jedi at your disposal. Oh, and you have a lightsaber, of course.

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